`Food@Home by Christine Dann

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While some of the gardening tips provided are clearly meant for Southern Hemisphere dwellers, the majority will be useful for novice green thumbs looking to start a sustainable, nutritious, and gastronomically exciting gardening adventure.
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Demonstrating how individuals can grow their own supply of everyday ingredients to produce affordable and easy meals year round that are both healthy and sustainable. Food@Home also explains the significance of emerging “foodways” in modern society and details trends such as the Slow Food Movement. Not only does the book enable gardeners and cooks to better understand what can be readily available to them from their own gardens, it also includes satisfying and delicious recipes. From the rediscovery of home food gardening traditions in New Zealand to farmers’ markets and organic orchards, this account proves that anyone can enjoy sustainable home cooking.

 

About Christine Dann

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Christine Dann is an independent researcher and the author of A Cottage Garden Cook Book and Cottage Gardening in New Zealand.
 
Published October 1, 2012 by Canterbury University Press. 208 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Cooking.
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on Apr 22 2013

While some of the gardening tips provided are clearly meant for Southern Hemisphere dwellers, the majority will be useful for novice green thumbs looking to start a sustainable, nutritious, and gastronomically exciting gardening adventure.

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